Example, TPLinks router admin site. Using official Bitwarden extension on FireFox and Edge – After inserting username/password and click login, nothing will happen. If I either disable the Bitwarden extension or open a private window, I’m able to login successfully (same results on both browsers).
I don’t know if there is an option or something I’m missing to disable the extension on certain sites?
You can set the URI Match Detection Option to Never. Click the gear icon to the right of the saved URI, and it will bring up a dropdown menu where you can select the option.
That did it, thank you!
Is that normal, or is that something that may be fixed in a future update?
It doesn’t seem normal, but it is not uncommon: there are many login pages that are not well-designed and will interfere with password managers. You can submit a form to let Bitwarden know about this issue on Github.
Does this happen on any sites other than your TP-Links router login? It would be hard to troubleshoot the issue, since I don’t have a TP-Links router myself.